After over a year of no updates, a few weeks ago fans finally got an update on the highly anticipated Deadpool 3 when it was revealed that Shawn Levy would be helming the film. This past weekend, however, Ryan Reynolds may have provided yet another exciting update on the film.
After seeing Deadpool co-star Leslie Uggams comment on his latest film (and most recent Shawn Levy collaboration), The Adam Projec, Reynolds quote tweeted the actress and wrote, “Thank you, Leslie. See you soon,” followed by three crossed sword emojis.
For those who might not know, or don’t remember, Uggams played Blind Al in both Deadpool films.
While it’s unclear how exactly Deadpool will make his way from his former universe to Marvel’s Cinematic one remains to be seen, it looks like he’s crossing over with a few friends. At least Reynolds is confident he’s bringing some with him anyway.
Does a tweet absolute promise we’ll see her again though? We’ll just have to wait and see.
Lizzie Molyneux-Loeglin and Wendy Molyneux, who are most known for their work on Bob’s Burgers, wrote Deadpool 3, which Marvel head honcho Kevin Feige confirmed would be rated R.
Currently, it’s unclear if the film will follow the continuity – or at least have the main character remember the continuity – from the first two films, or if this will be a soft reboot of sorts. Could the upcoming Multiverse arc be used as a way to shoehorn him in? Or was he always there? With a meta character like Deadpool, the possibilities are endless.
With a massive slate of projects already in the works and Marvel’s extremely packed production schedule, it looks like the earliest fans could see the film is sometime in 2023. There’s always a possibility that could change though.
SOURCE: Ryan Reynolds